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Infinix Note with 108MP and 120W fast charge.

Just last week, the Infinix Note 12 hit the market, and now we are seeing information on a new Note device. Note 12 is a budget smartphone line-up with some pretty decent specs. The new device our source points to looks more like a device that aims to take on the mid-range flagship devices.

From leaked images, we can tell some specs of the said Infinix Note device. The images leaked pointed out the rear main camera ability. This device will use a 108MP camera sensor, which will bring it up to par with the lines of the Xiaomi Note 11 Pro. The sensor on this device might be the same sector as used in the (Zero X Pro). From the images, we can also get a clear glimpse of the looks of this device. Possibly, the screen size of this device will be the same as devices from the already Note 12 series.  

Infinix Note 12 with 108MP camera and 120W fast charge
Source: GSMArena

Another known feature of this device is its support for high charging speed at 120W. The battery capacity of this device isn’t out in the meantime. But there are speculations that this device will use a processor from the MediaTek G series. The series of chips from MediaTek rules the budget segment of the Infinix company.

This wouldn’t be the first time that Infinix has announced a device with crazy charging abilities. It is almost a year now since Infinix announced their concept device, the Infinix NOW with a 160W fast charge. The pricing and availability of this device are still not disclosed, but we can expect this device to arrive in a few months.

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